Academic departments and programs offer a wide variety of courses and interdisciplinary experiential learning opportunities. They serve as hubs for faculty research and grants, providing unique opportunities for students to explore disciplines in-depth.
Human Communication and Theatre
Modern Languages and Literatures
Michael Neidorff School of Business
The Neidorff School of Business at Trinity University provides business education distinctively grounded in the liberal arts, where academically and professionally qualified faculty engage and prepare students for meaningful lives of leadership and service in the global marketplace.
All of the School's programs are accredited by AACSB - the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International. The Neidorff School of Business houses three departments, providing the opportunity for specialized study:
Interdisciplinary and Special Interest Programs
With a wide range of interdisciplinary programs and special opportunities, all are designed to provide real world experiences, increase international exposure and understanding, and instill the values required for global citizenship and making a difference.
American Intercultural Studies
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Environmental Studies (Major, Minor)
International Studies (Major, Minor)
Mexico, the Americas, and Spain
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